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  1. Define 
     Resiliency
    Resilience is the ability to grow and thrive in the face of challenges and bounce back from adversity” (Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
  2.  Why is resilience important in the Army?
    Resiliency is important to the Army due to the high operational demands placed on soldiers with back to back deployments
  3. What are the four Pillars of CSF?
    • Global Assessment Tool (GAT) 
    • Self-Development Modules (online) 
    • Master Resilience Trainer (MRT) Course 
    • Institutional Military Resilience Training 
  4. One of the Primary Duties of Master Resilience Trainers… 
    Serveas Commander's advisor regarding total fitness and resilience training related issues 
  5. What are the stressors in the Military?
    •  Isolation 
    • Ambiguity 
    • Powerlessness 
    • Boredom (alienation) 
    • Danger (threat) 
    • Workload (overload) 
  6. What are the 12 skills to Resiliency???
    • ATC (Activating Events-Thoughts-Consequences)
    • Avoid Thinking Traps
    • Detect Icebergs
    • Energy Management
    • Problem Solving
    • Put it in perspective
    • Real-time Resilience
    • Identify Character Strengths
    • Use Strengths in Challenges
    • Active Constructive Responding and Praise
    • Assertive Communication
    • Hunt the Good stuff 
  7. Key Principles to MRT??
    • Catastrophizing
    • Order Matters
    • Make a Plan
    • Optimism 
  8. What is Creative Thinking?
    Creative thinking is the process of creating something new that has value or meaning helps us manage change. 
  9. Essay Question: Why should leaders be creative and encourage creativity. 
    Military leaders should be creative and encourage creativity in order to act successfully in ambiguous and uncertain conditions 
  10. Innovative creative problem solvers 
    • 1- Challenge or break rules, customs, and assumptions,
    • 2- Provide numerous ideas,
    • 3- Redefine problems, often seeing paradigm shifts first,
    • 4- Make revolutionary change 
  11. Adaptive creative problem solvers 
    • 1- Work within the existing structures and rules,
    • 2- Improve upon what already exists,
    • 3- Make incremental change 
  12. The Myers-Briggs Indicator does what?
     determines/measure your personality preference… 
  13. Belbin Team Role Theory – essay question 
    • Belbin’s philosophy is about celebrating – and making the most of - individual differences. Room for everyone in the team: all positive contributions are welcome. 
    • A “Team Role” came to be defined as “A tendency to behave, contribute, and interrelate with others in a particular way.” Individuals display different team roles to varying degrees 
  14. What are the 9 Roles to creative Thinking?
    • 1. Plant 
    • 2. Resource Investigator 
    • 3. Coordinator 
    • 4. Shaper 
    • 5. Monitor Evaluator 
    • 6. Team worker 
    • 7. Implementer 
    • 8. Completer Finisher 
    • 9. Specialist
  15. Problem Solving Techniques:
    •  1- Brainstorming,
    • 2- Multi Voting (narrow ideas),
    • 3- Nominal Group Technique (rank order) 
  16. Generating Ideas - Process has what Technique
    Brain Storming
  17. Rank Order - Process has what Technique
    Nominal Group
  18. Evaluating Ideas - Process has what technique
    Multi-Voting
  19. Contemporary Operational Environment (COE) 
    equates to what? 
    Training Focus
  20. Operational Environment (OE) equates to what?
    Current Conditions
  21. Joint Operational Environment equates to what?
    The Trend or Future

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